SSL enforcer chrome

Discussion in 'privacy problems' started by Overkill, Sep 15, 2015.

  1. Overkill

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    HTTPS Everywhere is using alot of RAM, are there any extensions as good or better?
     

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  3. Overkill

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    I know about KB but not sure how good it is. Prefer HTTPS hasn't been updated since 2011 but it uses very little RAM. I think i'll try SaferChrome first. Thanks

    EDIT: I really like SaferChrome so far, it is using 16,000K currently. Why doesn't Wilders (and similar forums like malwaretips) have HTTPS?
     
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  4. J_L

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    Glad to know it works. Wilders does have HTTPS, but with a self-signed certificate. Just add the s to http and it'll work.
     
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    I added it to the rules in saferchrome, the encryption is obsolete..
     

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    Also, realize that https is not a magic pill. It is still able to be taken hostage by MITM adversaries. I personally prefer to use a confirmation that the certificate fingerprint in my browser exactly matches the correct one for here (using Wilders just as an example). Only the person/site holding the entire keyset can produce this fingerprint on my browser. A MITM or bad exit node cannot produce this regardless of how good the imposter looks with its pageload.

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